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WORKLIST

POUR PERCEVOIR LE TIMBRE VÉGÉTAL, Op.46 (2019) 9'00

(after a poem from 'Avec la connivence des embruns' 2016 by Françoise Matthey)

for accordion and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : April 12, 2019 - Auditorium de la FARB, Delémont

Performers : Members of the In & Out ensemble. Mélanie Brégant, accordéon - Thierry Ravassard, piano

 

MELOPOÏA, Op.45 (2018) 11'00

Trio for flute, cello and piano

 

APPRIVOISER LA PÉNOMBRE, Op.44 (2018) 4'00

for piano solo

 

S'ÉLANCER, Op.43 (2018) 10'00

for 15 instruments : 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.1.0 / 1perc / hp / pno / 1.1.1.1.1

Premiere : January 6, 2019 - Maison du Peuple, Saint-Gilles

Performer : Sturm und Klang Ensemble - Thomas Van Haeperen, conductor

Support : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Direction générale de la Culture - Service de la Musique

PORTRAIT DE BAT-ENOSH, Op.42 (2018) 16'00

for 7 instruments : fl / cl / perc / 2 vl / vla / vlc

Premiere : March 23, 2018 - Monastère Saint André de Clerlande, Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve

Performer : Sturm und Klang Ensemble - Thomas Van Haeperen, conductor

Support : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Direction générale de la Culture - Service de la Musique

 

SIGNE COULEUR, Op.41 (2017) 6'00

(after a poem from 'Forclaz' 1976 by Marc Quaghebeur)

Quartet for four flutes

Commissioned by the Quatuor Hinémoa

Premiere : April 8, 2018 -  L'Archipel - Salle de concert, Fouesnant

Performer : Quatuor Hinémoa

 

JARRES OINTES DE SONGE, Op.40 (2016) 12'00

for 13 instruments : 1 (fl & flA).1 (htb & ca).1 (cl & clB).1 / 1.1.0.0 / 1perc / pno / 1.1.1.1.1

Distinction : Irène Fuerison-Prize awarded by the Royal Academy of Belgium, 2017

 

SEPTIÈME EAU-FORTE DE K. YAMASHITA, Op.39 (2016) 4'00

(after 'Sept Jardins fantastiques' 1983 by André Pieyre de Mandiargues)

for clarinet, viola, cello and piano

Premiere : November 13, 2016 - the Henri Le Boeuf Concert Hall of The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Performers : Jean-Michel Charlier, clarinet - Mihoko Kusama, viola - Taras Zanchak, cello - Thérèse Malengreau, piano

Coproduction : Ars Musica 2016 / National Orchestra of Belgium

PRÉDELLE ESQUISSE, Op.38 (2016) 6'30

for string trio

TROIS MÉLODIES POUR UN PSAUME, Op.37 (2016) 12'30

(on three poems from 'Etudes pour un psaume I' 2004 by Marc Dugardin) - [in French]

for voice and percussion

Premiere : November 26, 2016 - Librairie Quartiers Latins, Brussels

Performers : Clara Inglese, soprano - Max Charue, percussion

Production : Lettres en Voix asbl

 

IMPRESSION, Op.36 (2016) 7'00

for clarinet and piano

 

Distinction : Second Prize at the First International Composition Competition "Music and Nature" 2016

Premiere : July 30, 2016 - Chiesa di San Rocco, Sassello

Performers : Members of the Trio Kelitrei. Elena Bacchiarello, clarinet - Francesco Guido, piano

 

RETABLE À LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Op.35 (2016) 15'00

for string quartet

Distinction : Marcel Hastir-Prize awarded by the Royal Academy of Belgium, 2018

Premiere : March 7, 2019 - Marble Gallery of the Royal Academy of Belgium

Performer : Quatuor Amôn

 

SINUEUSES D'ENLUMINURE, Op.34 (2015) 9'00

for piano solo

Premiere : December 8, 2018 - the Espace Senghor, Brussels

Performer : Thérèse Malengreau, piano

 

ABSIDIAL, Op.33 (2015) 4'00

for piano solo

Commissioned by the Val Tidone International Music Competitions 2016

Premiere : December 12, 2017 - the Espace Senghor, Brussels

Performer : Thérèse Malengreau, piano

Publisher : Bèrben Edizioni musicali, Ancona, 2016 (5857)

 

ET J'ASPIRE EN TREMBLANT..., Op.32 (2015) 13'00

(on poem 'Sagesse' 1881 and 'Bonheur' 1891 by Paul Verlaine) - [in French]

for soprano, clarinet and piano

 

FRAGMENTS OF ARS POETICA, Op.31b (2015) 5'20

(on poem 'Art poétique' 1874 by Paul Verlaine) - [in French]

for soprano and piano

 

ET POUR CELA PRÉFÈRE L'IMPAIR, Op.31a (2014) 8'00

(on poem 'Art poétique' 1874 Paul Verlaine) - [in French]

for soprano and harp

 

Premiere : June 25, 2015 - Arsonic, Mons

Performers : Clara Inglese, soprano - Alisée Frippiat, harp

Production : Lettres en Voix asbl

VERLAINE AU SECRET, Op.30 (2014) 60'00

chamber opera in five acts; libretto by Myriam Watthee-Delmotte - [in French]

for soli, voices, actors and ensemble

Premiere : November 20-21, 2015 - Arsonic, Mons

Stage director : Jean-Louis Danvoye

Performers : Musiques Nouvelles Ensemble and Arts² Ensemble - Quentin Mourier, conductor

Coproduction : Lettres en Voix asbl / Royal Conservatory of Mons / Le manège.mons / Mons 2015

Support : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Direction générale de la Culture - Service de la Musique

 

EXTRÊME TEMPLE, Op.29 (2014) 8'30

for accordion solo

 

IMPERSCRUTABLE APPEL, Op.28 (2014) 9'00

for flute, two violins and viola

Distinction : Second Prize at the 2015 "Egidio Carella - Val Tidone" Composition Competition, Italy

Premiere : July 26, 2014 - Concert Hall of the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Siena

Performers : Matteo Cesari, flute - members of the Prometeo Quartet

SUAIRE DE PIERRE, Op.27 (2014) 6'50

(on poem 'La Prison' 1928 by Pierre Jean Jouve) - [in French]

for women's choir (SSA)

ENCHEVÊTRE, Op.26 (2014) 12'00

for clarinet, accordion and orchestra : 2 (+picc).2 (+ca).2 (+cB).2 (+Cbn) / 2.2.2.1. / timb / 2perc / hp / strings

THE ASSAULTED GIRL, Op.25 (2014) 11'00

(on fragments from Acis and Galathea, Ovid's Metamorphoses) - [in English]

for actress, clarinet, horn, piano, violin and cello

Premiere : July 4, 2014 - Sir Georg Solti Chamber Hall, Budapest

Stage director : András Almási-Tóth

Performer : Franz Liszt Academy Ensemble - Nicolas Taboulot, conductor

Production : Erasmus IP, Royal Conservatory of Brussels (KCB)

ATTRAIT DE LA MER ET DES RACINES, Op.24 (2014) 9'15

(after 'La Mer et les Racines' 1960-1962, eight paintings by Serge Vandercam)

Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon

Commissioned by MusMA 2014

Distinction : Composition Prize of MusMA (Festivals of Walloon Brabant)

Premiere : March 7, 2015 - Concert Hall of the Royal Conservatory of Mons

Performer : I Solisti del Vento

Production : MusMA 2014/2015

Support : Music Festivals of Walloon Brabant

IRRUPTIONS, ERUPTIONS, INTERRUPTIONS, Op.23 (2014) 12'40

(after the 'logogrammes' by Christian Dotremont)

Quintet for two violins, viola, cello and double bass

Distinction : Prize of the Royal Academy of Belgium, November 2014

 

NON HA FONDO QUESTO VUOTO..., Op.22 (2013) 5'00

(after 'Petits Poèmes Nocturnes' 1952-1953 by Pier Paolo Pasolini)

for viola solo

 

ECORCHEE DE L'ECORCE, Op.21 (2013) 9'20

for violin and cello

 

OPHÉLIE, Op.20 (2013, rev. 2018) 15'00

(on poem 'Ophélie' 1870 by Arthur Rimbaud) - [in French]

for soprano, cello and harp

 

Distinction : "Emile Agniez"-Prize awarded by the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (KCB), March 2013

Premiere : October 4, 2014 - Concert Hall of the MIM (musical instruments museum)

Performers : Clara Inglese, soprano - Benjamin Glorieux, cello - Alisée Frippiat, harp

Production : Lettres en Voix asbl

Support : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Direction générale de la Culture - Service de la Musique

 

CLAIRAUDIENCE, Op.19 (2012) 4'40

for flute, clarinet, violin and cello

 

Premiere : July 13, 2013 - the Henri Le Boeuf Concert Hall of The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Performer : Odysseia Ensemble

Production : Bozar 2013

TRANSFULGURÉS, Op.18 (2012) 12'30

(after 'Fulguriances et autres figures' 1980-2007 by Serge Venturini)

for 10 instruments : 1.0.1.0 / 1.1.1.0 / 1perc / pno / 1.0.1.1.0

 

Commissioned by Ars Musica 2013 for the Musiques Nouvelles ensemble

Premiere : March 10, 2013 - Studio 4, Flagey, Brussels

Performer : Musiques Nouvelles ensemble - Patrick Davin, conductor

Coproduction : Le manège.mons / Flagey / Bozar / Ars Musica 2013

FILANTE, ATTIRANTE... DE L'INACCOMPLI, Op.17 (2012) 10'00

(after 'Éclats d'une poétique de l'inaccompli', Livre V, 2009-2012 by Serge Venturini)

for 11 instruments : 1 (fl & picc).1 (cl & clB).1.1. / 1.0.0.0 / 1perc / 1.1.1.1.1.

Premiere : March 12, 2013 - the Espace Senghor, Brussels

Performer : Sturm und Klang Ensemble - Thomas Van Haeperen, conductor

Production : Ars Musica 2013

 

ENTASIS, Op.16 (2011) 10'20

(after 'Trois petits drames pour marionnettes' 1894 by Maurice Maeterlinck)

for flute, clarinet, harp and string quintet

 

Workshop : March 16, 2012 - the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (KCB)

Performer : Oxalys Ensemble

 

PARCAE, Op.15 (2011) 6'00

for three violins

APOPTOSIS, Op.14 (2011, rev. 2015) 15'00

Trio for violin, cello and piano

 

Distinction : Prize at the 2015 International Composition Competition of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos de Valencia

Premiere : February 18, 2016 - the Museum Reception Hall of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos, Valencia

Performers : Claudio Carbó Montaner, piano - Fernando Pascual, violin - Rafal Jezierski, cello

 

ABSORPTION, Op.13 (2010) 7'00

for euphonium solo or bass trombone solo

 

YOCTODÔME, Op.12 (2010) 9'30

for large orchestra : 3 (+picc).3 (+ca).3 (+cB).3 / 4.3.3.1. / timb / 2perc / hp / strings

Distinction : piece selected and written within the Framework of Young Composers' Forum - TACTUS 2011

Premiere : January 17-21, 2011 - Studio 4, Flagey, Brussels

Performer : the Brussels Philharmonic - Vlaams Radio Orkest - Michel Tabachnik, conductor

NYMPHONIETTA, Op.11 (2009) 25'00

for chamber orchestra : 2.2.2.2. / 2.1. / timb / hp / strings

DEUX CITES DECHUES, Op.10 (2008) 8'30

(on two poems 'Florence' 1909 and 'Antwerp' 1914 by Alexandre Blok) - [in French]

for mezzo soprano, clarinet and piano

INEXTRICABLE, Op.9 (2007) 9'00

for violin solo

 

FRENESIE SUICIDAIRE, Op.8 (2006) 7'30

for two pianos

DE LA LUGUBRE INCANTATION, Op.7 (2005) 4'30

(on poem 1954-1955 by J.R.R. Tolkien) - [in French]

for soprano and piano

 

Premiere : October 25, 2006 - Concert Hall Fabry of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, Brussels

Performers : Rita Matos Alves, soprano - Paule Van den Driessche, piano

 

DEUIL, Op.6 (2005) 7'00

for cello and piano

 

Premiere : March 24, 2006 - Small Hall Concert of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Performers : Thibault Lavrenov, cello - Macha Kanza, piano

 

INTERMEDE, Op.5 (2005) 7'20

for flute solo

 

Premiere : March 24, 2006 - Small Hall Concert of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Performer : Marie Lagaditis, flute

 

CINQ PIECES, Op.4 (2003-2004) 30'00

for piano solo

TROIS ROMANCES, Op.3 (2000-2004) 15'00

for cello and piano

FANTAISIE, Op.2 (2003) 25'00

for cello and piano

SONATE, Op.1 (2000) 16'30

for piano solo

WORKS WITHOUT OPUS NUMBERS

NOCTURNE (2017) 6'00

for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello and piano

 

BRUMALIA (2012) 12'00

Overture

for symphony orchestra : 2 (+picc).2.2.2. / 4. 2. 3. 1. / timb / 2perc / strings

 

Distinction : SABAM-Prize

Premiere : November 30, 2012 - Concert Hall of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Performer : the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra (BPhO) - Thanos Adamopoulos, conductor

 

ÂFFRE (2012) 6'00

for double string quartet or string ensemble

 

TROIS DANSES BACCHANALES (2005-2007) 18'00

for symphony orchestra : 2.2.2.2. / 4.2.3. / timb / 2perc / strings

Premiere : November 22, 2011 - Concert Hall of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Performer : Linkebeek Camerata Orchestra - Francis Mourey, conductor

 

PEGASUS (1999) 6'00

for piano solo

ARRANGEMENTS

STABAT MATER (2019) 60'00

(Arrangement of Stabat Mater, opus 58, 1877 by Antonin Dvorák)

for soli, choir, accordion and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : August 31, 2019 - Temple of Tramelan, Switzerland

Performer : In & Out ensemble

 

KINDERSCENEN (2019) 20'00

(Arrangement of Kinderscenen, opus 15, 1838 by Robert Schumann)

for clarinet (& clB), violin, cello, accordion and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : August 25, 2019 - Temple of Court, Switzerland

Performer : In & Out ensemble

 

MOZART'S VIOLIN CONCERTO N°3 (2018) 25'00

(Arrangement of the Violin Concerto N°3 in G major, K. 216, 1775 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

for violin solo, clarinet (& clB), horn, cello and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : August 26, 2018 - Temple of Court, Switzerland

Performer : In & Out ensemble

 

HAYDN'S CELLO CONCERTO N°2 (2017) 25'00

(Arrangement of the Cello Concerto N°2 in D major, Hob.VIIb:2, 1783 by Joseph Haydn)

for cello solo, violin, clarinet (& clB), horn and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : August 27, 2017 - Temple of Court, Switzerland

Performer : In & Out ensemble

SCHERZO (2011) 4'30

(Arrangement of the third movement from the Organ Symphony n°5, Op.47, 1923-1924 by Louis Vierne)

for string quartet